Today I’m sharing a giant printable. It’s a classroom set of the rhyming game, Rhyming Bingo!
One of the rhyming games my kids have enjoyed is the Rhyming Bingo I bought from a teacher supply store. But there are a few things about the game that bug me.
One thing is that some of the words that the teacher calls are the same as the pictures on the boards. So we always have to distinguish, “I said boat, but you can’t cover the picture of a boat. You have to cover something that rhymes with it. Do you have coat?” In this game, the set of calling words is different from any of the pictures on the boards.
Another thing that bugs me about our purchased game is that most of the words that you call are not represented on a board. Because of this, my kids often give up when they don’t see a rhyming picture right away. They just assume it isn’t there (because 75% of the time, it isn’t!). In my game, every board has every rhyme represented. So when you read the word fun, your child knows he has to find a rhyming picture.
I made this a giant set of 26 boards so that teachers could use this in their classrooms. If you’re teaching your child at home, you just need page 2 (the calling cards) and one or more boards.
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Kirsten M Russell
I love this game!! I use it in my Speech Therapy groups to support Phonemic Awareness while we “work” on something else!!
I’m so glad, Kirsten!
Thank you so much for the effort you put into your website! I have 5 children and love to use your materials to supplement their learning. I especially appreciate that it is high quality, well thought out, and free. Thank you! Thank you!
Thank you so much for this thoughtful feedback, Holly! I’m thrilled that you can use my resources! 🙂
I use your website and materials for everything in my classroom…. Thank you!!!
All your materials look great and of such great quality!
You’re very welcome, Malka!
Thank you for sharing your brillant resources. You save me so much time. The resources are thoroughly planned, professional, true to their description and motivating to the students. I am awe of all the ideas you come up with. You and your resources are fabulous and thank you once again for making my lessons fun.
Thank you so much for the encouraging comment, Amanda! It really brightened my day! I’m so glad that you can use my resources with your students.
Thank you so much for your generosity! I have found a lot of educational material to teach my students to learn in a fun way.
I’m so glad to hear that, Rosario!
These are fabulous, Anna! I can’t wait to use them with my first graders! 🙂
I hope your students enjoy them, Keely!
Thank you for your generosity! It’s because of wonderful people like you that I am able to successfully teach my little 3 year old preschool at home! Know that your contributions are greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment, Keshia!
The Rhyming Bingo and Rhyming Word Sorting Mats Clip Cards won’t open. I was really looking forward to using these in my Special Education classroom. Hopefully the link will work again soon. (I attempted to open using 3 different computers).
99% of the time, one of these tips does the trick: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/how-to-download-free-files/
Your website is better than Christmas morning! Thanks for being so generous!
That is one of the nicest compliments I’ve received, Krista! Thank you. 🙂
Am a primary teacher. Thanks a billion! Your resources are mind blowing!!
having a doubt as to how I should do this Bingo game in my class of 30 students who are not native English speakers.
Please help and clarify.
Hello! Unfortunately, I don’t think this game would work well with kids who aren’t native English speakers. They would need to know the names of the pictures in English to play.
Thank you so much. I love your freebies. I use them all the time ad the children love them
I’m so glad you’re able to use my printables, Sandy!
I’m new to teaching and I really enjoy your material! THANK you! Honestly.
Thank you so much, Despoina!
I am a first grade teacher and I have two young granddaughters ages two and three and I really enjoy using your activities in my class and with my three year old granddaughter.
I’m thrilled you have so many opportunities to use my materials, Lyvonne! 🙂
I am so happy to have discovered your website! I am a retired teacher, but I have recently started working again as a reading aide. I had given most of my materials away. So, your free printables are wonderful. Thank you.
I’m so glad you can use them, Denise!
Thank you for the bingo game! My ELD students love it!
Yay – so glad to hear it!
I just discovered your website recently and I am hooked! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with all of us! I have been teaching Universal Pre-K for the past 10 years and my kiddos love your games!! Thanks again! -Pam
I’m so glad to hear that, Pam!
There are no words to express enough gratitude for all you give. Somehow, THANK YOU is not adequate.
I very much appreciate your gratitude and feedback, Phyllis :)!
Thank you Anna!! It’s a great pack to introduce in the speaking corners! So useful!!
You’re very welcome, Anna!